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Canadian Art

Full Opening and Event Listings

Across Canada Mar 5 to 11
New cityscape paintings by Joseph Siddiqi open alongside new drawings by Cathy Daley this Saturday, March 7, at Newzones Gallery in Calgary. New cityscape paintings by Joseph Siddiqi open alongside new drawings by Cathy Daley this Saturday, March 7, at Newzones Gallery in Calgary.

New cityscape paintings by Joseph Siddiqi open alongside new drawings by Cathy Daley this Saturday, March 7, at Newzones Gallery in Calgary.

THURSDAY MARCH 5

HALIFAX Jeremy Drummond/Scott Rogers opening 7pm Eyelevel Gallery 2063 Gottingen St

MONTREAL Manon de Pauw open workshop 3-6pm Galerie de l’UQAM 1400 rue Berri

MONTREAL Sophie Bélair Clément opening 5pm Dazibao 4001 rue Berri

MONTREAL Catherine Y Bates opening 6pm Centre des arts visuels 250 ave Victoria

TORONTO Shelley Adler opening 6-8pm Nicholas Metivier 451 King St W

TORONTO Michael Snow lecture 7pm Ryerson Engineering and Computing Centre 245 Church St

TORONTO Alison Yip opening 6-8pm Monte Clark Gallery 55 Mill St

TORONTO Reena Katz opening 7-10pm Xpace 58 Ossington Ave

TORONTO “Young and Restless” performances 7-10:30pm Hart House 7 Hart House Circ

TORONTO The Artist Project first day Liberty Grand 25 British Columbia Rd

TORONTO Lizzie Vickery opening 6-8pm Toronto Image Works 207-80 Spadina Ave

TORONTO Roger Ballen first day & curator tour 6:30pm OCAD Professional Gallery 100 McCaul St

TORONTO Kyle Bravo, Jenny LeBlanc & Claire Rau/Geneviève Jodouin opening 6-9pm Open Studio 104-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Carlos Estrada-Vega opening 6-9pm Galerie Lausberg 880 Queen St W

BARRIE Virgina Mak & Tim Laurin/Vera Jacyk/Janice Laking/“Drawing from the Permanent Collection” first day MacLaren Art Centre 37 Mulcaster St

WINNIPEG Everett Soop opening 4-6pm Gallery 1C03 515 Portage Ave

REGINA “Thursday Night Live” MacKenzie Art Gallery 3475 Albert St

CALGARY Jason de Haan talk 7pm Truck 815 1 Ave SW

VANCOUVER Jane Brookes opening 6-9pm Gallery Jones 1725 W 3rd Ave


FRIDAY MARCH 6

HALIFAX Scott Rogers lecture 7pm NSCAD 5163 Duke St

HALIFAX Mary-Anne Wensley/Matt Wedel opening 8pm SMU Art Gallery 5865 Gorsebrook Ave

MONTREAL Elizabeth Knox opening 6:30pm Wilder & Davis Gallery 257 Rachel St E

OTTAWA Michael Harrington artist talk 12:30pm Ottawa Art Gallery 2 Daly Ave

OTTAWA Jonathan Hobin opening 7-10pm Dale Smith Gallery 137 Beechwood Ave

TORONTO Laura Thippawong opening 7-10pm Lennox Contemporary 12 Ossington Ave

TORONTO João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva/Sylvia Matas opening 7pm Mercer Union 1286 Bloor St W

TORONTO Kara Walker lecture 7-8:30pm Art Gallery of Ontario 317 Dundas St W

TORONTO Nestor Krüger closing 8pm Goodwater 234 Queen St W

TORONTO Jan Peacock opening 6-9pm Gallery 44 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Max Hirshfield first day Oliver Gordon Gallery 80 Spadina Ave #501

TORONTO “Edge” opening 6-9pm Red Head Gallery 115-401 Richmond St W

OAKVILLE “Novel Ideas”/Michelle Gay opening 7:30-10:30pm Oakville Galleries 120 Navy St & 1306 Lakeshore Rd E

LONDON “People in the Picture” opening 8pm Museum London 421 Ridout St N

LONDON Jonathan Forrest opening 8-10pm Michael Gibson Gallery 157 Carling St

WINNIPEG Mary Reid curator tour 12pm Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Blvd

WINNIPEG Heather Devine lecture 12:30pm Gallery 1C03 515 Portage Ave

VANCOUVER “Pleasure and Doom: The West Coast Sublime” panel 7pm Vancouver Art Gallery 750 Hornby St


SATURDAY MARCH 7

HALIFAX Susan Feindel/Paul Butler, Panya Clark Espinal & Ingo Gerken opening 7:30-9:30pm MSVU Art Gallery 177 Bedford Hwy

MONTREAL François Lacasse first day Galerie René Blouin 372 Ste-Catherine O #501

MONTREAL “Works on Paper” opening 2pm Galerie d’Este 1329 ave Greene

KINGSTON Jerry Ropson/Jing Yuan Huang opening 7pm-7am Modern Fuel 21A Queen St

TORONTO André Kertész/“Jane Eyre” screenings 3pm Camera 1026 Queen St W

TORONTO Lyn Carter opening 2-6pm Peak Gallery 23 Morrow Ave

TORONTO John Barkley opening 2-5pm Drabinsky Gallery 122 Scollard St

TORONTO “We Have a History” artist talks 2-4pm Xpace 58 Ossington Ave

TORONTO “New Toronto Works” screening 8pm Latvian House 491 College St

TORONTO Maria Gabankova/Maureen Paxton opening 2-5pm Loop Gallery 1174 Queen St W

TORONTO John Doyle opening 2-5pm Gallery One 121 Scollard St

TORONTO Sumo Robot Challenge 1:30-4pm OCAD 100 McCaul St

TORONTO Artist panel w/ Melony Ward 12-1pm The Artist Project Liberty Grand 25 British Columbia Rd

BLOOMFIELD “Bold Interventions” opening 3-7pm Oeno Gallery 2274 County Rd 1

NIAGARA FALLS “Terra Incognita” opening 7pm R@ Gallery 4507 Queen St

NORTH BAY Ted Fullerton opening 2-4pm Joan Ferneyhough Gallery 157 1st Ave E

CALGARY Cathy Daley/Joseph Siddiqi opening 1-4pm Newzones 730 11 Ave SW

CALGARY Christopher Willard opening 2-5pm Herringer Kiss 709A 11 Ave SW

VICTORIA Glenn Romasanta opening 7-9pm Place 3690 Shelbourne St


SUNDAY MARCH 8

MONTREAL Céline B Laterreur performance 3pm articule 262 Fairmount O

TORONTO “Here or There?” opening 2pm List Gallery 1385 Danforth Ave

TORONTO Erin Finley first day Rivoli 334 Queen St W

BARRIE Exhibitions tour 1-2pm MacLaren Art Centre 37 Mulcaster St

BLOOMFIELD John Paul Robinson artist talk 7pm Oeno Gallery 2274 County Rd 1

LONDON Jamelie Hassan opening 2pm Museum London 421 Ridout St N


MONDAY MARCH 9

HALIFAX Jennifer Bélanger opening 5:30-7pm Anna Leonowens Gallery 1891 Granville St

TORONTO “Funkaesthetics” roundtable 6pm Hart House 7 Hart House Circ


TUESDAY MARCH 10

TORONTO John Shnier lecture 6:30pm U of T Faculty of Architecture 230 College St

REGINA “The Economic Engine of the Arts?” panel 7:30pm Dunlop Art Gallery 2311 12 Ave

VANCOUVER Jackson 2bears performance 7pm Vancouver Art Gallery 750 Hornby St


WEDNESDAY MARCH 11

WINNIPEG “Ornamental Wares” curator tour 12:10pm Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Blvd

MONTREAL “As much as possible given the time and space allotted” first day Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen 1400 boul Maisonneuve

This article was first published online on March 5, 2009.

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